This stained glass was made in the mid-fourteenth century in Carinthia, Austria. It depicts Saint Kunigunde, queen and the
wife of the Holy Roman Emperor Henry II. She has a halo, a crown and holds a sceptre. Her figure is framed by a keyhole medallion
formed with a polylobed variation. Near her head there is a Latin inscription with her name: “S. CHUNIGUNDIS”. This stained
glass was part of the church of Saint Leonhard at Bad St. Leonhard in Lavanttal, near Klagenfurt. It was commissioned by Heinrich
and Kunigunde Kropf.